Nik Robson

Nik Robson


Auckland, New Zealand

Last College:
Macleans College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170


2011 (Junior): Named to the All-Conference USA Third Team...Played in all 21 contests, making 17 starts...Recorded nine goals and six assists for 24 points...Scored five goals in C-USA play, good for fourth in the conference...On the year, recorded 44 shots, with 20 coming on goal...Had three game-winning goals...Recorded assists in wins over Jacksonville and UMass...Had six shots against Belmont...Scored goals in wins over North Florida and Mercer...Dished out an assist at George Mason...In the C-USA opening win over Kentucky, had an assist...Scored a goal in the win at SMU...Registered a pair of goals against Tulsa...Scored goals at Stetson and at Memphis...Had a goal in the regular-season finale against Marshall...At USF in the NCAA Championship second round, had an assist.

2010 (Sophomore): Named to the All-Conference USA First Team and C-USA All-Academic Team... Member of the NSCAA All-South Region Third Team with teammate Kevan George... Scored first goal of season on a penalty kick and recorded two assists for against Jacksonville on 9/1...Tallied two goals against FAU on 9/6...Made an assist against Long Island in the Courtyard by Marriott/UNCW Classic on 9/12...Scored against Massachusetts on 9/17 on a breakaway...Tallied an assist and a goal vs Army on 9/19...Scored opening goal on 10/2 against No. 5 SMU...Marked an assist on 10/5 against FIU...Recored 2 assists against Memphis on 10/9...Tallied an assist against Virginia Tech on 10/19...Netted the lone goal against UAB on 10/29...Notched an assist against UNF on 11/2...Scored the lone goal for the Knights in the C-USA semi-final game against Tulsa on 11/12...Scored on a penalty kick against USF in first round of NCAA Tournament on 11/18...Notched 11th goal of season against Michigan on 11/21 in the second round of NCAA Tournament... A perfect 4-for-4 on penalty kicks during the season, taking all of the team's attempts in 2010.

2009 (Freshman): Played in all 16 games his inaugural season at UCF, including 15 starts...Was our most proficient scorer with a total of eight goals, including the go-ahead goal in the victory over Manhattan on Sept. 20, 2009...Also led the team in assists with a total of six...Registered a total of 47 shots, 26 of those being on goal.

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